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10 of the best new books to be released in January 2021

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A new novel about what it’s like to be the only black person in a tech startup; a sardonic guide to surviving office life (for every time we go back); and a set of new essays by one of the most beloved American writers of his generation.

These are just a few of our 10 new books to read in January.

“White feminism: from suffragists to influencers and who they leave behind”
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White feminism: from suffragists to influencers and who they leave behind by Koa Beck

Available January 5

Journalist Koa Beck – a Jezebel veteran,Vogue,andMarie Claire—Examine, with a clear and careful eye, the history of feminism, from the true mission of suffragettes to the rise of corporate feminism. Throughout these pages, she documents how elitism and racial prejudice drove the narrative of feminist discourse. Beck combines pop culture, primary historical research, and first-hand storytelling to show how women of color have been left out of the wider movement and what white women need to do to set the course for a new generation.

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“Black suede”
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Black suede by Mateo Askaripour

Available January 5

In this satirical and propulsive novel, Mateo Askaripour recounts the rise and fall of a young black salesman in an otherwise all-white New York tech start-up. It’s the story of how one man struggles against racism and microaggression to get to the top of a cult type business. And when it becomes clear that he’s the token black guy, he hatches a plan to help people of color infiltrate American sales teams, setting off a chain of events that is forever game-changing. This razor-sharp novel spits the American workforce, explores ambition and race, and imagines a necessary new vision of the American dream.

January 2021 books
“Driven: The race to create the autonomous car”
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Driven: The race to create the autonomous car by Alex Davies

Available January 5

Maybe Hollywood is to blame for raising our expectations, but a few years ago it looked like self-driving cars were going to come sooner rather than later. In Led, Business Insider Editor-in-Chief Alex Davies tells the dramatic and colorful story of the quest for driverless car development and the fierce competition between Google, Uber and other tech and automotive giants in the race to revolutionize our lives.

Power-of-Ethics-January 2021 Books
“The Power of Ethics: How to Make Right Choices in a Complicated World”
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The Power of Ethics: How to Make Right Choices in a Complicated World by Susan Liautaud

Available January 5

After two decades as an ethics counselor guiding business leaders, academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, and students through ethics courses at Stanford University, Susan Liautaud is more than equipped to answer unclear ethical questions, guiding you through a simple four-step process for ethics. decision making that you can use every day. The author is the founder and managing director of Susan Liautaud & Associates, which advises clients such as international companies and NGOs on issues of ethical complexity. She describes six forces driving virtually every ethical choice we face, positioning the book as an essential guide to ethical decision-making in the 21st century.

Keep-Sharp-January 2021 Books
“Stay sharp: build a better brain at any age”
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Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age by Dr Sanjay Gupta

Available January 5

With the world turned upside down indefinitely, it can be difficult to stick to what were once normal routines or even stay focused. Although researched and written long before the current global dilemma, Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s latest work serves as a guide to maintaining and improving cognitive health, from debunking common myths about aging to prescribing social interactions and really beneficial games.

Kamala-Harris-January 2021 Books
“Kamala’s Way: an American life”
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Kamala’s Way: an American life by Dan Morain

Available January 12

While the Vice President-elect is well known to Californians, the country learned much more about Kamala Harris when President-elect Joe Biden nominated her to the Democratic ticket in August 2020. Kamala Path, reporter Dan Morain – who has covered California politics, politics and justice for more than four decades at Los Angeles Times and the Sacramento Bee– offers a revealing biography of the first biracial and first female vice president, describing how the daughter of two immigrants to segregated California became one of the country’s most powerful actors.

how-to-work-without-losing-your-head-January 2021 Books
“How to Work Without Losing Your Mind: A Realistic Guide to Modern Work Hell”
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How to Work Without Losing Your Mind: A Realistic Guide to Modern Work Hell by Cate Sevilla

Available January 14

Drawing on her experience in giant companies like Google and disjointed startups, Cate Sevilla’s new book is a straightforward, charismatic, and witty guide to surviving in the workplace, regardless of size. How to work without losing your mind can be told cover to cover, answering questions (or at least surfacing) that everyone experiences but no one talks about, such as feeling overwhelmed by your workload; decide if you should quit your job to become self-employed; fight against a micromanager who seems determined to destroy you; have trouble staying motivated (even if you are ambitious); and bounce back from failure.

Climate-Change-January 2021 Books
“How to prepare for climate change: a practical guide to surviving chaos”
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How to prepare for climate change: a practical guide to surviving the chaos by David Pogue

Available January 26

This essential guide to New York Times contributor David Pogue covers topics such as where to move to avoid the worst natural disasters (looking for cooler temperatures, good hospitals and resilient infrastructure); how to fortify your home against extreme weather conditions; and what insurance to buy in chaotic times. You will also learn what to grow in your garden; how to invest as the world decarbonises; and how to talk to your kids about climate change and manage your own health in its wake.

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“Let me tell you what I mean”
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Let me tell you what i mean by Joan Didion

Available January 26

Get ready for 12 Uncollected Essays by Joan Didion. Drawn primarily from the early years of his over five-decade career, these essays include interludes at a Gamblers Anonymous reunion and a WWII veterans reunion in Las Vegas, as well as thoughts on dating Nancy Reagan. , Robert Mapplethorpe and Martha Stewart.

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“The price you pay for college: a whole new roadmap for the biggest financial decision your family will ever make”
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The price you pay for college: a whole new roadmap for the biggest financial decision your family will ever make by Ron Lieber

Available January 26

The cancellation of student loan debt has been a popular topic of debate among left-wing politicians in recent years, as tuition has skyrocketed to unprecedented levels – leaving millions of American students in debt for decades after graduation. In The price you pay for college, New York Times columnist Ron Lieber explains how these costs got so high; how the financial aid system has become so complicated; and the ins and outs of merit aid, a new form of financial aid that most colleges are now using to compete with their peers. Lieber is also urging college presidents and financial aid custodians with tough questions about what is worth paying extra, with the aim of providing parents and funded students with the information they want. need to make more informed and financially sound decisions and goals.

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